Face to face appointments at our Hull clinic
With over 700,000 people living with autism across the UK, we recognised the need to supply face-to-face appointments at more locations. Waiting months for an autism diagnosis can be stressful and opening our Hull clinic means private assessments are now more readily available.
Since opening our Hull clinic in February 2023, we’ve been able to increase regional capacity and carry out hundreds of assessments. Currently, we’re only carrying out autism assessments although these are available for both adults and children. If you require an ADHD or combined assessment, please book at one of our other locations. Bradford is currently our closest clinic that carries out both pathways.
Our clinicians deliver fast, accurate diagnostic assessments to identify whether an individual has ASD or ADHD.
Why people choose us
- Your appointments will always be face to face
- Our assessment pathways follow national guidance from NICE
- You will only be seen by clinicians who are professionally regulated in their practice
- Your assessment will include at least one in-person appointment
- We use the best available tools to assist diagnosis
- You will be assessed by a multi-disciplinary team
- The outcome of the assessment will be recognised by external organisations
“The assessment was a lot more robust then when I tried to do it through the NHS, and I was seen by multiple clinicians and their report was thorough.”
“All the professionals we encountered were lovely, professional and very experienced/helpful. Would recommend this service, from start to finish the process took less than eight weeks and they offered convenient appointment times.”
“The service I received from the time of the enquiry to the final appointment was simply outstanding. I can’t thank the people I met throughout my assessment enough. They made my life finally make sense”.
How to find us
The Hull clinic is one of five clinics that we have in Yorkshire (includes Bradford, Halifax, Sheffield and York) and is conveniently located right near Hull city centre. With the clinic situated close to Pearson Park, we welcome clients in the Hull area, as well as surrounding areas, such as Bilton, Brough, Preston and further afield.
There is free parking for clients visiting us at the rear of the clinic and plenty of public transport options available to travel via rail and bus. We strongly believe in equality and identify as LGBTQ+ friendly and our reception team are happy to assist with any enquiries from visitors, visiting the clinic.
Hull clinic FAQs
The Hull clinic is easily accessible from Brough, as well as clients situated in Beverley. If travelling from Brough, take the A63 and head into the Ferensway on the A1079, where you will find the clinic on your left. Clients travelling in from Beverley, take the A1079 and on the roundabout, take the third exit onto Beverley Road and and go past the University of Hull campus, where you will find the clinic on the right-hand side of the road.
Yes, there is free car parking at the rear of the clinic for all visitors.
Yes, our Hull clinic is wheelchair accessible, with the clinic having disabled access at the front of the building. There is a wheelchair accessible lift and toilet available for clients. If you require wheelchair access, please contact our friendly team, who will be able to make all the necessary arrangements when making a booking with us.
There is currently no waiting list at any of our clinics. Please call us directly on +44 0300 303 0667 or submit a booking form above for full details. Please note, waiting times can vary throughout the year.
Our Hull clinic currently offers only autism assessments for both adults and children. If you require ADHD or a combined assessment, please enquire at one of our other clinics. The closest location currently offering both assessment pathways is Bradford.
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